I have a Gigabyte 970A-D3P motherboard, and when I unlock the multiplier on my FX 8320 and bump it up to 3.8 GHz or higher (I did not manipulate the FSB) I run into a rebooting problem (whether cold booting or restarting). My PC will turn on, then shut off after 3 seconds, and then after a pause it will boot again. Reverting the OC settings fixed the problem. I didn't touch voltages on CPU nor clock and voltages on any other component. Is this normal behavior? Is my motherboard taking time to apply clock settings or fix something wrong with BIOS? Will it harm components?